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, martin luther king junior delivered his legendary dream speech in washington. it was a battle cry for liberty and justice for all. it changed the course of our history. king would have been 84 years old had he lived to this day. he would have been able to witness the nation's first african-american president standing on those same steps he did in 1963. here is president obama commemorating dr. king's dream and his lasting legacy this afternoon. >> on a hot summer day they assembled here in our nation's capital under the shadow of the great emancipator. everyone that realizes what those glorious patriots knew on that day that change does not come from washington but to washington. that change has always been built on our willingness, we, the people, to take on the mantle of citizenship, you are marching. that's the lesson of our past. that's the promise of tomorrow. >> okay, bob, you were particularly moved by this speech as you were by dr. king's speech so many years, 50 years ago. >> yeah. i think if dr. king had been alive today, listened to these tributes, i think he would have
, and then the third thing, deterrents. i have to say, i lived in washington, d.c. compared to new york city, bob, i would much rather be in new york city, much safer place than d.c. >> what is integral. >> are you kidding me? integral. you have to have it. >> i didn't know. >> remind us not to partner with you in scrabble. >> i don't even play scrabble. >> i played this weekend. >> did you? >> i did. >> first off, the reason why new york works and the other cities don't is because new york is better at it, they're not profiling nationality and color of skin, doing behavior. what they're doing is when you stop 5 million people, only have 10% result in arrest, good job. because what you're saying is you are deterring people from walking out with a piece because they could get stopped. they could say i am not going into that building, i don't like the behavior leading up to that. nypd will get in your face, say excuse me, can i talk to you a second. they will talk and search. real quick, rudy giuliani got us on the way, unbelievable progress, i witnessed it, 42nd street looked totally different. there
to talk b good night from washington, d.c.. low forever. ain't happening. tonight at 8:00. >> hello, everyone. i'm dana perino. along with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >>> it's 11:00 p.m. in egypt where new clashes between the country's interim government and supporters of the old one have thrown the country into another wave of chaos. more than 600 egyptians have been killed within the last 24 hours. president obama made a statement on the deteriorating situation from martha's vineyard earlier today. >> the united states strongly condemns the steps that have been taken by egypt's interim government and security forces. our traditional cooperation cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed in the streets and rights are being rolled back. as a result, this morning, we notified the egyptian government that we are canceling our biannual joint military exercise which was scheduled for next month. i want to be clear that america wants to be a partner in the egyptian people's purs
agree on except this. washington stinks. president obama's approval rating plum sed. 82% think the lawmakers deser s deserve to take off the month of august. congress is never popular. washington doesn't rate well on the popularity scale. people tend to personally like their own congressman. the reports we are getting back is that this time it could be different. i wanted to ask you, do you think some of the incumbent are in trouble? >> i talked to democratic campaign committee who handles the house. the average rating of approval for members of the house is about 88% or 89%. 70% now. i think the idea of a safe incumbent -- when i was in the business if you had an incumbent very rare they lose. if a wave if a big issue comes along a lot of people who think they are safe will be in trouble. >> anything we are learning in august 2013 tell us something about what will happen in mid term of november 2014. because president obama's numbers are not good now it's hard to get those back up. and then if you take the fact that most incumbents lose seats from their party in congress at t
.com there is so much happening. if you haven't been there, you ought to go. good night from washington. unloading on fox business and only fox business tonight at 8:00. see you then. >>> i am eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. as you read in the paper, it is "the five"! so last week we told you about the brutal beating of a 13-year-old white kid by three african-american teens on a school bus in florida. on "the five," we have been calling for civil rights leaders and the president to speak publicly about the issue. still haven't heard a word from al sharpton, president obama, eric holder, or the naacp, but over the weekend, rev. jesse jackson stepped up to the plate and said this. >> we tried to make contact of the family of the kids because we should discourage people attacking people, whether black, white, white, black, people should stop attacking people. you must learn to live together respectfully in a civilized way, and if it comes black white white black, it makes matters worse, it does not make it better. >> took
in washington, d.c. and matt damon supports him. >> parenting afords no leftwing folly unless you can live beyond your means and principles. private schools for damon is a moral dilemma. if only anyone else could afford sitting around a table in a 25,000 square foot house and ponder moral dilemmas. going back to the word agitate, that's product of a teacher's lounge could use that as a positive verb. thanks, bob, for letting me finish. >> i'm sorry, i apologize. listen, i sent my kids to private schools because the schools in our neighborhood were. >> ripe. >> ripe with drug problems. i support the public school system. most teachers are excellent, most schools are very good in this country. we always go to the inner-city, say look at the failure of the american education system when around the country there are a lot of very good schools, very good teachers. just so happened in my neighborhood, didn't have them. we had very good crack dealers. >> make one quick point. he says he wants to send them to a different school because public schools weren't progressive enough. here is what i thin
when you're buttering your scone ♪ >> should the mannings stick to football? good night from washington. with bob beckel, david webb, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." well, he was the only person jailed after terrorists stormed our consulate on 9/11 in benghazi, despite having nothing to do with the attack. the filmmaker has given a new interview, and he says he wants the world to see the truth about islamist extremists. but first, the terror attack that killed four americans. >> we have seen rage and violence direct at american embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. >> it is in response to a video, a film, that we have judged to be reprehensible and disgusting. >> of course, as you know there was a violent protest outside our embassy, sparked by this hateful video. >> the crude and disgusting video sparked outrage through the muslim world. >> na cue a is in federal custody in california. he has spoken to the daily caller. he says, quote, i am not afraid, i want the world to see the truth, i have many muslim frie
from washington. >> it is 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five." >> nbc outrageously using a paula deen character to kill a trayvon martin character in an upcoming episode. we'll get to that in a moment. but first, a college student out for a jog shot by an african-american person who bragged about hating white people. and a world war ii veteran beaten by youths, two murders, two racially charged stories, but why are we talking about something that happens in america way too frequently, because we have to. because the mainstream media seems to report on crimes where the minority are victims. and president obama and eric holder seems to weigh in only when it fits their race narrative. i. e., if i had a son, you know the rest. two murders, likely motivated by race -- >> i think it is safe to say that there is very little white on black violence. it is usually black on black violence, so when you say it happens, it doesn't happen all that often. >> but the black on white happens at a far greater rate than white on black? >> yes, but it is still a small percentage on murders th
people and it is go time. what's the whisper when go time is in washington, d.c.? i am scratching my head trying to figure out what's the rush. we need to spend time finding out what's happening there first. >> reporter: the assumption is it would be at least until after saturday, that's when the u.n. weapons inspectors are scheduled to leave, and certainly the u.s. government would not want to allow assad to use the weapons inspectors as human shields or have them in the way and potentially be harmed. so in terms of a timetable, you would expect it would be at least until after saturday. you raise a good point why is this all of a sudden raising the administration's consciousness. bottom line is 120,000 people at least according to the u.n. and others have been killed in syria the last couple years, as you say. so as awful as it is that apparently about 1400 people were killed by the gas attack, what about the 120,000 others? i asked the administration that question this week in the briefing room, why is this tipping the balance, and i think there's two reasons. one is that they can't pi
, it is great. president obama, not able to break the grid lock in washington on a budget deal. but i think he knows what is standing in his way. rush limbaugh, so why is he to blame? here is the president. >> i'm willing to do whatever it takes to get congress and republicans in congress, in particular, to think less about politics and party and think more about what is good for the country. and i've made this argument, to my republican friends privately, and by the way, sometimes they say with me privately, i agree with you. but i'm worried about a primary from, you know, somebody in the tea party back in my district. or, i'm worried about what rush limbaugh is going to say about me on the radio. so i got to understand, it is really difficult. i can't force these folks to do what is right for the american people. >> so you can get that mr. rush limbaugh got a real big kick out of that one, here is his reaction today. >> today, i am back to being his number one obstacle. your host, the doctor of democracy, for the past month, a has-been, and i should just go ahead and resign while i'm at the
washington post" editorial said today, before -- this is this morning's paper. they said before the july 3rd coup in egypt, so the "washington post" calling it a coup the obama administration privately warned the armed forces against-outing the government of mohamed morsi. when the generals ignored the warnings the white house responded by elects to disregard the law itself. because of those decisions the obama administration is complicit in the new and horrifyingly bloody crackdown. greg, are you surprised that some of the folks on the left and in the foreign policy establishment world are actually coming down harder on the president than the right seems to be? >> well, he didn't just bet on the wrong horse, he bet on the entire stable and he's like -- he should just basically now stay out of. it he's like a player who scored the goal for the opposing team. just bench him because it's not going to get better. >> bob -- >> the only ledge verage we hav the $1.3 billion to the military if you take that away and you don't have leverage it's not like the guys aren't going to get money to succeed
three weeks ago. when he said that all of these things in washington were phony scandal, wouch them that he was talking about was the nsa issue. i keep asking like could you help us defend you. he did something rhetorically today that he doesn't do often, which is he made very clear he's going to have a four-point plan. he talked about the four-point plan. it's just amazing to me in the summer, august, he wants to talk about the middle class and he wants to talk about section 215 of the patriot act? we're way, way, way down in the weeds. i think, again, he could have done it three weeks ago. i would have said he could have done more about the middle class at the top. i don't think he needed to speak more on this. >> i was going to use a different term but she suggested i not use it. >> ask the right question. >> he said, mr. president, it sounds like you consider mr. snowden more of a whistle blower than a traitor. he goes, no, no, he needs to come back and face his approval and then he talks about how great the whistle blower program is. >> can we reach a consensus here that this w
of coptic christians in egypt. it has been going on for awhile now. chief washington correspondent james rosen tells us tonight it is far worse as egypt drifts towards civil war, but it is not just coptic christians and it is not just egypt. christians across the middle east have been targeted in recent months with incidents, including church burnings and killings across the entire region. a warning, some images in this report may be disturbing. >> reporter: dating become almost two millennia, coptic christians are the oldest christian community in the middle east. but the cop particulars are under attack as never before. destruction of 38 churches across the country, attacks on another 23 on top of that, set by advocacy groups indifference of the military and police forces and vengeful furies of muslim brotherhood supporters following the ouster of president morsi. >> it is ethnic cleansing against the christian community in egypt. yes, they are a minority in egypt, but there are 12 million. there are more cops living in cairo than in gaza. >> reporter: he was one of the figures that ap
in washington, i hope senator reid will realize the offensive nature of his remarks and to those who disagree with the president's policies because of one thing, they are hurting hard working american families. nice response. >> i think tim scott has such a nice demeanor, and the same about senator reid, when he says something that's outrageous, look, there's plenty of things you can pick from, everyone goes oh, that's harry reid and it is fine, because that's just him and he is kind of like out there. pointing out the hypocrisy. if a republican did the same, there would be indignation. >> there would be outrage, yeah, step down. >> a lot of the left you refer to, most left, middle aged left and went through the civil rights movement, their concept of race goes back to the civil rights movement. the fact is we have moved on from a burn in mississippi. people are not being hung in mississippi any more. there's racism there, no doubt. there's racism in boston. when you went through those periods, i went through them in boston, i was amazed how much the white community were really outraged in bo
night. go to a lot happening. good night from washington. good night from washington. guilffoyld and bob beckel and she naps on the deck of her malibu barbie dream house with dana perino. it is 5:00 and we are open for business. 20 embassies across the globe are closed this weekend due to terror chatter. well, not really across the globe, in certain parts of the globe. let me put it this way, if you are anywhere christians are welcome, you are okay. so they are closed for fear of attack, what movie is responsible for this? shark nato? "smores 2"? -- "smores 2"? but they don't just raise questions, they also raise the dead. i thought al-qaeda was deceased. now i realize it is the paul mccartney of terror groups and their death was a hoax. if al-qaeda is no longer a serious threat what constitutes a serious one? this? these? this? if al-qaeda was no longer a threat anthony wiener was no longer a perv. i am not making light of this. i never thought al-qaeda was dead and i wish valerie jarod -- i mean president obama was right the first time. but the scary part
. >> good night from washington. >>> hello, everybody, i am eric bolling, with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, greg gutfeld and dana perino. this is "the five." leadership, management, priorities in order, all things you'd want in a commander in chief. mr. president, what you do in the hours after announcing the widest evacuation of american m embassie embassies? >> had a bunch of friends come over, don't see that often from high school and college. we played a little golf and then tried to play a little basketball. >> oh, that's so nice, golf, basketball. seriously, you took a lot of heat after benghazi, hours after the attack you flew to vegas, baby. surely if there is another massive terror threat, you would be in the oval office working, right? >> the day of my birthday we do departure photos of people that are transitioning out of the white house, let them bring their families in, they take a picture in the oval office. >> golf, hoops, pictures with your buddies in the oval office, birthday cakes, balloons, some weekends, sir, but back to business now, right? no, off to hollywood
told you about the shocking murder of a world war ii vet in washington state. overnight, police in spokane, arrested a second 16-year-old wanted for the beating death of 88-year-old albert belten. the other suspect surrendered to authorities on thursday. here's the police chief earlier today. >> today i would like to asure our community that the two individuals we believe were responsible for the robbery and murder of mr. belten had been taken into custody. i would like to make it very clear, the motive for this attack was robbery. race was not a factor. additionally, there was no gang activity that was associated with this incident. >> really a tragic case. you see the senseless beating of a veteran, a man, you know, up in his years, 88 years of age, it's awful. >> it's terrible. you see the police chief from the spokane police department, and the grandson of shorty beller man said, that's fantastic. let's not make it about race, let's not make the kid's shot in oklahoma about race either, let's not make the trayvon marlton case about race either. president obama decided to mak
, something happening in syria, we will be here. we will be live. good night from washington. go to greta see you soon. sad. goodboy bye, gus. >> this is a fox news >>> this is a fox news alert. welcome to indecision 2013. >> we have looked at all the evidence and we do not believe the opposition possessed nuclear winds or chemical weapons of that sort. we have concluded that the syrian government, in fact, carried these out. so what i've said is that we have not yet made a decision. >> so has america lost influence on the world stage? due to president obama's flip-flopping? this president seems naÏve and clearly is learning on the job. what would president reagan do or president bush? while i don't agree that we should be going into syria, this president is changes his position more often than miley cyrus on the vmas. we need more proof before we kill more people. what say you? >> i say the evidence is pretty clear. that may be one of the most biased openings you've ever done. he has consulted with congress. he has to get the british on board. the french are going to do it unilater
at the white house waiting for any sort of comment. look, empty, crickets, nothing out of washington. nothing from state department, nothing on dod, there was no comment. honestly, they announced the president ate breakfast. that's the announcement we get. today after this, we have absolutely nothing. it sounds very serious, are you skeptical? >> well, of course, wasn't a george zimmerman they could comment on and president obama could say he may have been trayvon martin 35 years ago. a lot of people are saying it is america's weakness, we're showing we're afraid of al qaeda, closing embassies. on the other hand, god forbid another attack happens and we weren't prepared and didn't vacate some people and heard these threats, a lot of us at this table would say we should have closed embassies. we have assets and fast response teams in spain, bahrain, italy, the marine expeditionary unit in the middle east ready to go. this is clearly by the size and scope of it, 21 embassies, 4 consulates, the scope of this tells you there's a credible threat. this is going to be something that they believe in
during the first year of your administration in washington or anywhere else with the leaders of iran, syria, venezuela, cuba, and north korea in order to bridge the gap that divides our countries? >> i would. and the reason is this, that the notion that somehow not talking to countries is punishment to them, which has been the guiding diplomatic principle of this administration is ridiculous. >> bob, honestly, this is exactly what he is doing to russia, what he is doing to putin. he is punishing him, them, for what they did with the snowden case. it is childish. >> i don't think it is childish. you have to send diplomatic messages. i think he is making it clear to putin who won't be around in another two, three years. >> you don't think so? >> i don't think he will. can i talk about scandals. watergate was a scandal, iran contra was a scandal. the irs is not a scandal. >> not a scandal of that level. >> the most powerful government agency targeting people for political views is a big deal. >> four dead americans is not a scandal but watergate is a scandal? >> 10,000 dead americans in
night from washington. nigm wash warn nigm court. here's the dad. >> thought about the victim, that's the way it is. my son ain't been no bad person, you know, he just got mixed in with bad people, that's all. that's it. >> is he sorry? >> he's sorry. >> so was that the right response? eric, you have a young teenage son. if this were your son and he was involved in something clearly wrong, it made national headlines, a reporter asked you what you thought of this, is that what you would have said? >> no, i -- by the way, prosecutors want nine months of court supervised probation, like what else, the other one, random drug testing. those seem like slaps on the wrist for what these kids did. these kids literally brutalized a young boy. the 13-year-old kid with a broken arm will be suffering longer than these three. parental punishment should be included in whatever the prosecutors get because this kid won't learn from that. that's not a deterrent to them doing it again. that's basically saying hey, we caught you, you're sorry, but you're sorry you got caught, not becau
there are lax gun control laws, most of them find the way to washington, d.c., new york, chicago. >> where do they go, bob? >> they go to new york city. >> into the hands of criminals. >> that's right. arming the criminals. >> who by the way i would like to stop, question and frisk. >> because the states allow you to buy guns indiscriminately, north and south carolina and virginia is the worst. >> i want them stopped. if i have reasonable suspicion criminal activity is afoot and they're armed with a weapon, i want to take it. >> and plaxico before he shot himself in the foot, would still probably be on the giants. >> who? >> burris. >> i should not have brought it up. we have an nfl segment coming up. outrage after four state department officials are punished following benghazi attack are allowed on the job. why did secretary of state john kerry quietly clear them to return to work today. find out next on "the five." don't go away. ♪ ♪ >>> the first anniversary of the 9/11 attack on our consulate in benghazi is just weeks away. more americans were killed that day, still no one responsible
, there is so much going on on "on the record" on gretawire so go there. good night from washington. guillory, guill . >>> book beckel, eric bolling, it is 5:00 in new york city, i'm jet lagged. so by now, you have heard of the murder of this young man from australia, christopher lane, the media has a reason, boredom, the suspected shooter enjoyed gang signs and colors and bragged about knocking out white people since the george zimmerman verdict. if you are not familiar with this knocking out trend, it is where a gang cold-cocks a person, killing them. given the tweets and the gang stuff will the justice department see this as a hate crime? i don't think so, it won't fit a story likely "law and order." they're planning a trayvon martin episode, calling it an american tragedy. but the other american tragedy are the producers and networks and hacks who accept this. they just don't think it is fair to demand from a community what it demands from their own. even if the crime is not about race, it is an evil act, rooted in destruction in the communi communities. a black teen is invisible, until h
in oklahoma happened with the underaged 18-year-old. then the beating of shorty in washington, walk, right, under 18. those guys are charged as adults. these kids should have been charged as aduchlt they got probation and community service for beating a kid almost to the edge of life? i mean, that's assenine, they should at least be spending some time in jail. come on, give me a break. he could have died. >> bob, you got a son as well. >> i find, a, i would try them as adults. they're probably too far away from the age only just 14. but the idea that they're getting -- now they say unlimited parole. i don't buy that. what you need to do is put them in jail. anger management? do you think that's going to help that? these guys will walk out of there and become mother theresas? i doubt it. >> katie, what message does this say to other kids out there? this seems loo ache light punishment. >> we talked about this on show before, other instances of young men like this getting in trouble with the law. a lot are previous criminal records. >> these light sentences, not spending life in jail, create
for the area code for egypt, 2-0 and they got 202, happens to be washington, d.c. >> have you ever in your life dialed a wrong number? 250 trillion e-mails, do you think you would make a mistake if you were a computer? >> i don't ever make mistakes. >> they have to come out, extremely tough situation whether you love or hate the program, you have a secret program in order to stop terrorism. at the same time, there's a call to explain the program. the minute you flip the cards, show the program, show the cards, the program is brought to its knees. >> you're doing the same thing. as long as it involves security, you're okay with it. >> i didn't say that. i am saying i have strong interest in national security and in thoroughly and vigilantly investigating terrorism, domestic and abroad, searching for foreign intelligence. i know the constitution better than anybody at this table, let me tell you. >> that is true. >> so i don't have a problem. i respect the constitution. i lived and served for the constitution on behalf of the people of the state of california. i get it. i get it. what i am tellin
. jeff bezos is now the owner of "the washington post." we are all over it on fbn tonight. >>> we're starting. hello, everyone, i am greg gutfeld, with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, jessie waters, and she naps on the sun deck of her barbie dream house, dana perino. it is 5:00 in new york city. we're open for business! 20 embassies across the globe are closed this weekend due to terror chatter. not really across the globe, in certain parts of the globe. let me put it this way, if you're in a place christians are welcome, you're okay. so they're closed for fear of attack, which makes me wonder what movie is responsible for this? sharknado? smurfs 2? i bet al qaeda was deceased. they're the paul mccartney of terror groups, their death was a hoax. if al qaeda is no longer serious threat, what constitutes a serious one, this? these or this. if al qaeda was no longer a threat, anthony weiner was no longer a perv. look, i am not making light of this, i never thought al qaeda was dead and i wish valerie jarrett, i mean president obama, had been right the first time. the threat is alive
. there are new questions about exceptions to the health care law, involving exemptions in washington and concessions for insurance companies. we have fox team coverage. jim angle reports on the double standard of creators and implement ors of obama care not having to participate. we begin with correspond
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